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```446                    HISTORY OF THE THEORY OP NTJMBERS.           [CHAP, xix
of ni,..., n,.   Then, if a ranges over those divisors d which are divisible by no one of v\,..., *v, chosen from ni}..., na,
The left member equals F(mt N, c) constructed for the numbers other than PI,.. ., v,' of the set wi,..., n«.   For \$'=s, we have
/(», AT, «) =F(m, AT, e)-^([f]- f' «) + • • - •
The latter becomes the series in Bachmann20 when w=«, 2V=0, €=1, while nu n2,... are primes.
F. Mertens25 considered <r(n) =/i(l)+jLt(2) +. - • +M(W) and proved that
- 2 /»
r, «==!
By means of a table (pp. 781-830) of the values of v(n) and /i(n) for ?i< 10000, it is verified that \<r(n) \< Vn for Kn< 10000.
D. von Sterneck26 verified the last result up to 500 000, and for 16 larger values under 5 million.
A. Berger27 noted that, if g(m)g(ri) =g(mri), g(I) = l,
where d ranges over all divisors of n, p over the prime divisors of n.   li 2g(m) is absolutely convergent,
where p ranges over all primes.
D. von Sterneck28 noted that, if 6(x) ^ 1 for every x and if
then
In particular, |S/x(A;)|<8+n/9.
D. F. Seliwanov29 gave Dedekind's formula with application to <£(n). H. von Koch29a defined /*(&) by use of infinite determinants.
^Sitzungsber. Ak. Wiss. Wien (Math.), 106, Ila, 1897, 761-830.                                         ""
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